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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

The Political Game

Breakdown of political party representation in...Image via Wikipedia

Well, I'm "mad as hel"l and have been for quite some time now.  The mixed signals coming from the White House weren't mixed at all they were just signals sent to the populous letting us know there will be "no change".  But as I said in an earlier post, the election of Brown to the Senate was certainlyl a wake up call.  Now new signals are being sent attempting to renew the "movement" talked about during Obama's campaign.

 But through it all, the damage has already been done.  This "change" of direction has already cost "the people" more then many of us will ever be able to recover in our lifetimes or even the lifetimes of our children.  

This political game dominated by mostly too big to fail corporate players has been rigged and our President, the referee made some terrible calls.  The replay reviews were removed from the rules and the calls made on the field remained.

It is the end of the first quarter (year one for Obama), a time out call was made by the people of Massachusettes and the coaches called a meeting to change their game plan.

Sounds like a game of football doesn't it?  But in football the spectators (us) get our money's worth of entertainment regardless of which team wins or loses.  No spectator gets hurt.  The game of national politics hurts the spectators and we not only don't get our money's worth, we actually have to pay more to exit the stadium.

In the last four quarter game that went into four overtimes (the Bush II years) no player was injured only spectators - the whole stadium of spectators.  The penalties were not on the field they were in the seats.  Two wars, unemployment, foreclosures and total loss of yardage -when wealth was eradicated from the spectators and given to the "owners" of the two teams on the field. 

During the playoffs (the campaign) it looked like we would have two new teams playing but it turned out to be just a rematch of the previous game.  Still two wars, higher unemployemt, more foreclosures then ever before and wealth still seeping out from the spectators.  

Now one team wants to change their game plan but they are playing in front of a badly hurt audience.  You see, you can replace a player but you cannot replace the spectators.

We are all on the spectator injured reserve list.  The question now is will we be able to cover enought and quick enough to return to the stadium?  I sadly don't think so.  There will be several games played before our injuries are healed but only if and when we get proper medical attention.

The "owners" (the too big to fail) should know that without spectators (a populous) there is no more revenue, but then again, they have their farm teams all over the world with sill some unscathed spectators out there.  

It is time to end the game, change the rules, get new players and new referees.  We paid our admission to be a spectator and expect to have a good , honest and fair game. 

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